The iconic flagship of the Imperial Japanese Navy, Akagi, was part of the Japanese fleet that brought the USA into World War II. Get to know one of the 20th Century's most iconic battleships in breathtaking detail. This incredibly detailed, 1:250 scale model of the Akagi measures over a meter long.Learn More
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Get ready for a premier modeling experience with the Battleship Yamato, the iconic flagship of Japan's World War II fleet in 1:250 scale. This model is not available anywhere else and is a stunning addition to any ship modeler's collection.
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The frigate made famous by the movie Master and Commander: The Far Side of the World, brought to life by Artesania Latina. HMS Surprise was originally built at Le Havre in 1794 as a 350-ton, 32-gun corvette, but in 1796 it was captured by the British Navy and renamed HMS Surprise. She was re-armed and classified as a sixth-rate frigate.
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Build and drive this 1:7 scale radio-controlled nitro model of Red Bull Racing's RB7. Made famous by Formula One driver Sebastian Vettel, our RB7 model is precision engineered to replicate every detail of the original.
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The galleon appeared in the mid-16th century and for close to 150 years was the warship par excellence. Its three decks, an abundance of equipment, its imposing and robust design, characteristic of galleons make the San Francisco II a truly magnificent ship. Scale 1:90.
Originally designed to carry 32 lifeboats, RMS Titanic sailed to its fate with only 20, enough for only half the passengers. When launched from the sinking ship the lifeboats were not full, worsening the tragedy still further. Scale 1:35. Learn More